A to Z Challenge – N (AC)

A to Z Challenge

For the challenge, I’m focusing on the A to Z of reading and writing romance novels. This series of posts will contain Adult Content – especially in this post. So, if you’re really young or don’t enjoy dirty things, just don’t read it. No harm, no foul. Otherwise…enjoy. 🙂

imageN is for the Nub

Well, we’ve already paid homage to junk in romance novels and their massive importance. 😉  Now, it’s time to move on to the nub and all the amusing names for it in romance/erotica (and in general) – it’s the bundle of sensitive nerves, the clit, the bean, nature’s Rubik’s cube (I love “Family Guy”), the love button, the cherry gum drop, the doorbell (must ring for service), and proof that being a woman is awesome (take that you standing pee-ers!).  Heehee.  Hey, I had to make up for the lack of raunch in my last two posts. 😉

One of the many lovely things about the world of romance/erotica is that 99.9% of heroes (I read one book that brings this stat down from 100%) are well versed in the female anatomy – sometimes more so than the heroine.  And for that, we are glad.

Cheers to the nub and the many knowledgable heroes (or those willing to learn)! 🙂


4 thoughts on “A to Z Challenge – N (AC)”

  1. curious about the one book you mentioned…yes romance novels or novels with romance all have characters with good knowledge about anatomy – it’s one of the reasons we read them 😀


    1. The book, I believe, was “the Duchess War.” In it, both hero and heroine are virgins, so (surprisingly in romance world) their first experience together was less than stellar. They quickly learn together. 🙂


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